>> sharyl attkisson thank you. let's look at what the merger means for you. rebecca jarvis is with us. what is the new company going to look like? >> it will be the largest airline in the world. you have the number three american joining up with the number five u.s. airways, they'll have about 900 planes on hand so that's more planes than any other airline, 3,000 plus daily flights, nearly 100,000 employees and they will be headquartered in dallas-ft. worth, which is the current headquarters for american so they're moving all of their operations there. >> but who is going to be ceo? >> that's the interesting part of this story. doug parker the current ceo of u.s. airways has wanted this for ages. he has wanted to have a connection, a merger with a larger airline, and he risks u.s. airways being marginalized without getting the deal done. tried to do it with delta and united, failed twice. this is where he takes ceo of american. he worked with the labor unions as well as the creditors to get the deal done.